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In 1875, Oliver Lewis became the first jockey to win the Kentucky Derby, America's longest continuous sporting event.

In 1875, Oliver Lewis became the first jockey to win the Kentucky Derby, America's longest continuous sporting event.

Collins' Historical Sketches of Kentucky: History of Kentucky - Lewis Collins, Richard Henry Collins - Google Books

Collins' Historical Sketches of Kentucky: History of Kentucky - Lewis Collins, Richard Henry Collins - Google Books

May 1916, Elizabethtown [vicinity], Kentucky. William, Anna Belle and Garland Carter. Lewis Wickes Hine LC-DIG-nclc-00417 http://www.loc.gov #American #History #Kentucky

May 1916, Elizabethtown [vicinity], Kentucky. William, Anna Belle and Garland Carter. Lewis Wickes Hine LC-DIG-nclc-00417 http://www.loc.gov #American #History #Kentucky

May 1916, Elizabethtown vicinity, Kentucky. The day's work of Estelle and Felix Humphrey. Lewis Wickes Hine LC-DIG-nclc-00410 http://www.loc.gov #American #History #Kentucky

May 1916, Elizabethtown vicinity, Kentucky. The day's work of Estelle and Felix Humphrey. Lewis Wickes Hine LC-DIG-nclc-00410 http://www.loc.gov #American #History #Kentucky

Reganstein - from "History of Lewis Co, Kentucky"

Reganstein - from "History of Lewis Co, Kentucky"

Black Then | In 1875, Oliver Lewis Became The First Jockey To Win The Kentucky Derby

Black Then | In 1875, Oliver Lewis Became The First Jockey To Win The Kentucky Derby

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